Theresa Harvard Johnson is a poet and visual artist who loves Christ. For nearly 17 years, she has helped believers transition from general knowledge about what it means to be a "Christian writer, administrator or instructor" to embracing their identity as prophetic scribes, prophetic writers and scribal ministers. She is considered a progenitor or originator of the comprehensive teaching on “The Scribal Anointing,” which thoroughly covers the office of the prophetic scribe and scribal culture from a historical and prophetic foundation. She is an ordained, commissioned and accountable apostle who travels extensively nationally and internationally teaching and imparting into the creative community concerning the media and the church; scribal ministry, the arts and healing, the prophetic and gaining victory over severe trauma.
Theresa holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communications and a Master’s of Divinity in Biblical Studies from accredited universities. She has dedicated her life to studying Jewish history, Messianic culture, church culture and the history of the biblical scribe. In her career, she worked as a print news reporter, communications director, communications specialist, freelance writer and numerous other professions. She earned writing awards from the Associated Press, the Georgia Press Association, and other agencies for her work. She has been published both professionally, and personally.
In addition, Theresa has written more than 14 comprehensive books on the ministry of the scribe including, The Scribal Anointing book series; and The Scribal Realm of Dreams & Visions. She has also written over 500 blogs on prophetic scribes, the prophetic, worship arts, ministry integrity and accountability. She has also co-authored several books on sexual abuse, and has been featured in several anthologies focused on healing and spiritual maturity. Presently, she oversees The Scribal Conservatory Arts & Worship Center, and the Voices of Christ Apostolic Prophetic School of the Scribe. For more information about Theresa, visit The Chamber of the Scribe and The Scribal Arsenal Bookstore.